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Frank deNoyelles Jr

Research Centers, Natural Sciences and Mathematics -
Professor
Deputy Director, Kansas Biological Survey
Primary office:
Higuchi Hall, 108C
University of Kansas
2101 Constant Avenue
Lawrence, KS 66047


Summary

Dr. deNoyelles' interests include the use of in situ experimental methods in aquatic ecosystems and the effects of stress on aquatic ecosystems.

Education

Ph.D., Genetics Development and Physiology, Cornell University
M.S., Botany, University of Nebraska
B.A., Biology, Gettysburg College

Research

Most recently I have been studying particular Kansas reservoirs in an attempt to better understand water quality issues related to land use in watersheds and the aging process where reservoirs fill with sediments at varying rates. With several students and faculty from my department, Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Chemistry, I am also studying the degradation of organic pollutants such as pesticides and pharmaceutical products under different experimentally manipulated environmental conditions. I also continue to conduct research on subepilimnetic phytoplankton in lakes begun more than 20 years ago at the Experimental Lakes Area in Ontario, Canada and more recently also pursued in lakes elsewhere in Canada and in the Rocky Mountains in Wyoming.

Often my research includes using experimental manipulation to simulate certain types of aquatic disturbances that produce phytoplankton changes, such as those resulting from eutrophication, acidification, climate change, and toxicant stress. For such experimentation, at the University of Kansas I have designed and constructed nearly 200 experimental ponds (0.045 ha), outdoor fiberglass tanks (10 m3), and different types of in situ enclosures for smaller scale experiments within these systems. Research over the 20-year history of our aquatic field station reported in nearly 100 publications has also continually refined the use of experimentally manipulated surrogate ecosystems for aquatic research. In 1991 a 4.5-ha 13-m deep reservoir was constructed at this field station (5 km from campus) in a protected 50-ha watershed to add further variety to this compliment of experimental ecosystems. As one of our projects with this reservoir my students, other faculty and I have been closely monitoring and experimentally manipulating the vertical migration of subepilimnetic phytoplankton populations like those in natural lakes that we also continue to study. The publications listed below represent the variety of the types of research that I have pursued through the years and continue to pursue.

Research Interests

  • Freshwater ecology
  • Aquatic plant management and control
  • Factors affecting phytoplankton distribution
  • In situ continuous culture studies of natural plankton communities
  • Isolation and culture of algae
  • Short term responses of aquatic ecosystems to nutrient enrichment, pesticide and heavy metal exposure
  • The ecology of phytoplankton in lakes at Experimental Lakes Area of Canada
  • Phytoplankton taxonomy
  • Effects of acid precipitation on lake plankton
  • Aquatic microcosms and mesocosms for toxicant hazard assessment
  • Development and use of aquatic mesocosms for ecological effects testing
  • Responses of alpine aquatic ecosystems to acidification and global climate change
  • Responses of stream communities to perturbation
  • Biodegradation of organic contaminants
  • Spawning behavior and pond culturing of a federally protected stream fish
  • Reservoir siltation and restoration
  • Pond and reservoir management
  • Mechanical aquatic weed control
  • Reservoir sediment dredging
  • Vertical migration of phytoplankton
  • Phytoplankton behavior related to light and temperature conditions
  • Biofuel production from mass production and harvest of algae
  • Reservoir sedimentation and ecohydrology implications
  • Reservoir sedimentation basic ecology, rate projections, impacts, response actions

Selected Publications

deNoyelles, F., Jr, V. H. Smith, J. H. Kastens, L. A. Bennett, J. M. Lomas, C. W. Knapp, S. P. Bergin, S. L. Dewey, B. R.K. Chapin, and D. W. Graham. 2016. “A 21-Year Record of Vertically Migrating Subepilimnetic Populations of Cryptomonas Spp.” Papers.
Campbell, S. W., C. S. Szuwalsli, V. M. Tabbor, and F. deNoyelles. 2016. “Challenges to Reintroduction of a Captive Population of Topeka Shiner (Notropis Topeka) into Former Habitats in Kansas.” Papers.
deNoyelles, F., and J. H. Kastens. 2016. “Reservoir Sedimentation Challenges Kansas.” Papers.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2014. “Bathymetric Survey of John Redmond Reservoir, Coffey County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2014. “Bathymetric Survey of John Redmond Reservoir, Coffey County, Kansas.” Reports. Applied Science and Technology for Reservoir Assessment (ASTRA) Program.
Liechti, P., J. deNoyelles, E. Martinko, and S. Campbell. 2014. “Characterization and Mapping of Sediment Thickness and Pattern in John Redmond Reservoir, Coffey County, Kansas.” Reports.
Yun, J.-H., V. H. Smith, F. J. deNoyelles, G. W. Roberts, and S. M. Williams. 2014. “Freshwater Macroalgae as a Biofuels Feedstock: MiniΓÇÉReview and Assessment of Their Bioenergy Potential.” Journal Articles 10: 212 & Gamma; & Ccedil; & ocirc;220.
Martinko, E., F. deNoyelles, K. Bosnak, M. Jakubauskas, D. Huggins, J. Kastens, A. Shreders, et al. 2013. “Atlas of Kansas Lakes; A Resource for Communities, Policy Makers, and Planners.” Papers. Kansas Biological Survey.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2013. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Boy Scout Lake, Chautauqua County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2013. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Crystal Lake, Anderson County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2013. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Garnett City Lake, Anderson County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2013. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Richmond City Lake, Franklin County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2013. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Sedan City Lake (New), Chautauqua County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2013. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Sedan City Lake (Old), Chautauqua County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2013. “Bathymetric Survey of Kirwin Reservoir, Phillips County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2012. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Cheney Reservoir, Reno-Kingman-Sedgwick Counties, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2012. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of El Dorado Reservoir, Butler County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, E. Martinko, P. Liechti, and S. Campbell. 2012. “Bathymetric and Sediment Surveys of Atchison County Lake, Banner Creek Reservoir, and Centralia City Reservoir, Kansas, Technical Report Submitted to The Kansas Water Resources Research Institute.” Other.
Sturm, B. S. M., E. Peltier, V. H. Smith, and F. deNoyelles. 2012. “Controls of Microalgal Biomass and Lipid Production in Municipal Wastewater-Fed Bioreactors.” Journal Articles 31: 10–16. https://doi.org/10.1002/ep.10586.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2011. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Afton City Lake, Sedgwick County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2011. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Alma City Lake, Wabaunsee County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2011. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Anthony City Lake, Harper County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2011. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Augusta City Lake, Butler County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2011. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Augusta-Santa Fe Lake, Butler County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2011. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Moline City Lake, Elk County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2011. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Pleasanton City Lake (East), Linn County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2011. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Polk Daniels Lake, Elk County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2011. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Strowbridge Reservoir (Carbondale Lake), Osage County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2011. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Thayer City Lakes, Neosho County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2011. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Wyandotte County Lake, Wyandotte County, Kansas.” Other.
Dzialowski, A. R., V. H. Smith, S. H. Wang, M. C. Martin, and F. deNoyelles Jr. 2011. “Effects of Non-Algal Turbidity on Cyanobacterial Biomass in Seven Turbid Kansas Reservoirs.” Journal Articles 27: 6–11.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2010. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Atchison County Lake, Atchison County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2010. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Banner Creek Reservoir, Jackson County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2010. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Centralia City Lake, Nemaha County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2010. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Elk City Reservoir, Montgomery County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2010. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Fall River Reservoir, Greenwood County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2010. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Lake Shawnee, Shawnee County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2010. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Pottawatomie Lake #1, Pottawatomie County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2010. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Sabetha-Pony Creek Lake, Brown County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2010. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Woodson County State Fishing Lake, Woodson County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2010. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Yates Center New Reservoir, Woodson County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2010. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Yates Center New Reservoir, Woodson County, Kansas.” Other.
Smith, V. H., B. S. M. Sturm, F. deNoyelles, and S. A. Billings. 2010. “The Ecology of Biodiesel Production.” Journal Articles 24: 201–7.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2009. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Cedar Valley Lake, Anderson County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2009. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Clinton Lake Reservoir, Douglas County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2009. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Fort Scott Lake, Bourbon County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2009. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Hillsdale Reservoir, Miami County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2009. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Louisburg-Middle Creek Lake, Miami County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2009. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Madison City Lake, Greenwood County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2009. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Melvern Reservoir, Osage County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2009. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Miola Lake, Miami County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2009. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Osage City Lake, Osage County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2009. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Pomona Reservoir, Osage County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2009. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Rock Creek Lake, Bourbon County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2009. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Wolf Creek Reservoir, Coffey County, Kansas.” Other.
Dzialowski, A. R., V. H. Smith, D. G. Huggins, F. deNoyelles, N. C. Lim, and J. Beury. 2009. “Development of Predictive Models for Geosmin-Related Taste and Odor in Midwestern U.S. Drinking Water Reservoirs.” Papers.
Baker, D., and F. deNoyelles. 2008. “Can Reservoir Management Reduce Sediment Deposition?” Papers. Kansas State University.
Jakubauskas, M., and F. deNoyelles. 2008. “Methods for Assessing Sedimentation in Reservoirs.” Papers. Kansas State University.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, and M. Jakubauskas. 2008. “ Current State, Trend, and Spatial Variability of Sediment in Kansas Reservoirs.” Technical Reports. http://www.ksre.ksu.edu/library/h20ql2/sections/KWRI_Book_Current.pdf.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2008. “Athymetric and Sediment Survey of Herington Reservoir, Dickinson County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2008. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Council Grove City Lake, Morris County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2008. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Council Grove Reservoir, Morris County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2008. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Herington City Lake, Dickinson County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2008. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Kanopolis Lake, Ellsworth County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2008. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Marion Reservoir, Marion County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2008. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Parsons Lake, Neosho County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2008. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Wabaunsee Lake, Wabaunsee County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2008. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Wellington City Lake, Sumner County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2008. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Wilson Lake, Russell County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2008. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Winfield City Lake, Cowley County, Kansas.” Other.
deNoyelles, F., and M. Jakubauskas. 2008. “Current State, Trend, and Spatial Variability of Sediment in Kansas Reservoirs.” Book Chapters. In , 9–24.
Jakubauskas, M., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 2008. “Methods for Assessing Sedimentation in Reservoirs.” Technical Reports. http://www.ksre.ksu.edu/library/h20ql2/sections/KWRI_Book_Methods.pdf.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2007. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of John Redmond Reservoir, Coffey County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., J. deNoyelles, and E. Martinko. 2007. “Bathymetric and Sediment Survey of Mission Lake, Brown County, Kansas.” Other.
Jakubauskas, M., and J. deNoyelles. 2007. “Bathymetric Survey of Switzler Creek Site #7.” Other.
Gordon, D. A., G. P. Toth, D. W. Graham, J. M. Lazorchack, T. V. Reddy, C. W. Knapp, F. deNoyelles, S. Campbell, and D. L. Lattier. 2006. “Effects of Eutrophication on Vitellogenin Gene Expression in Male Fathead Minnows (Pimephales Promelas) Exposed to 17 Alpha-Ethynylestradiol in Field Mesocosms.” Papers.
Wang, S. H., D. G. Huggins, L. Frees, C. G. Volkman, N. C. Lim, D. S. Baker, V. H. Smith, and F. deNoyelles. 2005. “An Integrated Modeling Approach to Watershed Management: Water and Watershed Assessment of Cheney Reservoir, Kansas, USA.” Papers.
Smith, V. H., B. L. Foster, J. P. Grover, R. D. Holt, M. A. Leibold, and F. deNoyelles Jr. 2005. “Phytoplankton Species Richness Scales Consistently from Laboratory Microcosms to the WorldΓÇÖs Oceans.” Journal Articles 102: 4393–96.
Wang, S. -H., A. R. Dzialowski, F. Meyer, F. deNoyelles Jr, N-C. Lim, W. Spotts, and D. G. Huggins. 2005. “Relationships between Cyanobacterial Production and the Physical and Chemical Properties of a Midwestern Reservoir, USA.” Papers.
Chang, L. W., G. P. Toth, D. A. Gordon, D. W. Graham, J. R. Meier, C. W. Knapp, F. deNoyelles, S. Campbell, and D. L. Lattier. 2005. “Responses of Molecular Indicators of Exposure in Mesocosms: Common Carp (Cyprinus Carpio) Exposed to the Herbicides Alachlor and Atrazine.” Papers.
Chapin, B. R. K., F. DeNoyelles Jr., D. W. Graham, and V. H. Smith. 2004. “A Deep Maximum of Green Sulphur Bacteria (Chlorochromatium Aggregatum) in a Strongly Stratified Reservoir.” Journal Articles 49: 1337–54.
Knapp, C. W., D. W. Graham, R. J. Steedman, and F. deNoyelles Jr. 2003. “Deep Chlorophyll Maxima in Small Boreal Forest Lakes after Experimental Catchment and Shoreline Logging.” Papers.
Wilson, B. A., V. H. Smith, F. deNoyelles Jr, and C. K. Larive. 2003. “Ecological Impact Assessment of Three Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Product Chemicals Using Freshwater Algal Assemblages.” Papers.
Knapp, C. W., D. W. Graham, G. Berardesco, F. deNoyelles Jr, B. J. Cutak, and C. K. Larive. 2003. “Nutrient Level, Microbial Activity, and Alachlor Transformation in Aerobic Aquatic Systems.” Papers.
Randtke, S. J., S. Pan, J. deNoyelles, D. W. Graham, V. Smith, and H. L. Holm. 2003. Occurrence, Biodegradation, and Control of Geosmin and MIB in Midwestern Surface Water Supplies. Conference Proceedings.
Randtke, S. J., S. Pan, F. deNoyelles Jr, D. W. Graham, V. H. Smith, and H. L. Holm. 2003. “Occurrence, Biodegradation, and Control of Geosmin and MIB in Midwestern Surface Water Supplies.” Papers.
Knapp, C. W., F. deNoyelles Jr., D. W. Graham, and S. Bergin. 2003. “Physical and Chemical Conditions Surrounding the Diurnal Vertical Migration of Cryptomonas Spp. (Cryptophyceae) in a Seasonally Stratified Midwestern Reservoir (USA).” Journal Articles 39: 855–61.
Jakubauskas, M., D. Peterson, S. W. Campbell, S. D. Campbell, D. Penny, and F. deNoyelles Jr. 2003. “Remote Sensing of Invasive Aquatic Plant Obstruction in Navigable Waterways.  Final Report to US Department of Transportation Research and Special Programs Administration, DOT/NASA Commercial Remote Sensing and Geospatial Technology Applications to Transportation.” Technical Reports.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, M. Jakubauskas, and S. Randtke. 2003. “Reservoir Management and Renovation: Addressing Problems in Multipurpose Reservoir Systems. Kansas Biological Survey and Kansas Water Office Technical Report.” Technical Reports.
Mankin, K. L., S. H. Wang, J. K. Koelliker, D. G. Huggins, and F. deNoyelles Jr. 2003. “Water Quality Modeling: Verification and Application.” Papers.
Smith, V. H., J. Sieber-Denlinger, F. deNoyelles Jr, S. Campbell, S. Pan, S. J. Randtke, G. T. Blain, and V. A. Strasser. 2002. “Managing Taste and Odor Problems in a Eutrophic Drinking Water Reservoir.” Papers.
Pan, S., S. J. Randtke, F. deNoyelles Jr, and D. W. Graham. 2002. “Occurrence, Biodegradation, and Control of Geosmin and MIB in Midwestern Water Supplies.” Papers.
Jakubauskas, M. E., D. Peterson, S. D. Campbell, S. D. Campbell, D. Penny, and F. deNoyelles. 2002. “Remote Sensing of Invasive Aquatic Plant Obstruction in Navigable Waterways.” Papers.
Kettle, W., R. Hagen, F. deNoyelles Jr, and E. A. Martinko. 2001. “The University of Kansas Field Station and Ecological Reserves: A Half Century of Research and Education. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS .” Technical Reports.
Graham, D. W., K. Miley, F. deNoyelles Jr, V. H. Smith, M. Thurman, and R. Carter. 2000. “Alachlor Transformation Patterns in Aquatic Field Microcosms under Variable Oxygen and Nutrient Conditions.” Papers.
Wang, S. H., D. G. Huggins, F. deNoyelles Jr, J. O. Meyer, and J. T. Lennon. 2000. “Assessment of Clinton Lake and Its Watershed: Water Quality and Plankton Communities in Clinton Lake, Kansas May 1997 through November 1998. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS. Report No. 96.” Technical Reports.
Martinko, E. A., J. Whistler, F. deNoyelles Jr, J. Griffith, and D. Peterson. 2000. “EPA Region VII R-EMAP Project: Landscape Analysis and Characterization to Support Regional Environmental Assessment (LACRA). Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS.” Technical Reports.
Smith, V. H., S. H. Wang, D. G. Huggins, F. deNoyelles Jr, and W. S. Kolln. 2000. “Modeling Water Quality in Midwestern Reservoirs.” Papers.
deNoyelles, F. 1999. “Our Vanishing Reservoirs: It Is Only a Matter of Time.” Other.
Wang, S. H., D. G. Huggins, F. deNoyelles, and W. S. Kolln. 1999. “An Analysis of the Trophic State of Clinton Lake.” Papers.
Graham, D. W., D. Miles, F. deNoyelles, and V. H. Smith. 1999. “Development of Small Outdoor Microcosms for Studying Contaminant Transformation Rates and Mechanisms under Various Water Column Conditions.” Papers.
Graham, W. H., D. W. Graham, F. deNoyelles, V. H. Smith, C. K. Larive, and E. M. Thurman. 1999. “Metalachlor and Alachlor Breakdown Product Formation Patterns in Aquatic Field Mesocosms.” Papers.
Graham, D. W., W. H. Graham, F. deNoyelles, V. H. Smith, and E. M. Thurman. 1999. “Natural Attenuation of Chloroacetinilide Herbicides in Aquatic Systems.” Papers.
Wang, S. H., D. G. Huggins, F. deNoyelles, and C. Feng. 1999. “Public Internet Access for Selected Water Quality Data in Surface Water of Clinton Lake, KS.” Papers.
deNoyelles, F., S. H. Wang, J. O. Meyer, D. G. Huggins, J. T. Lennon, W. S. Kolln, and S. J. Randtke. 1999. “Water Quality Issues in Reservoirs: Some Considerations from a Study of a Large Reservoir in Kansas.” Papers.
Pennuto, C. M., F. deNoyelles, M. A. Conrad, F. Vertucci, and S. L. Dewey. 1998. “Winter Macroinvertebrate Community Structure in Two Montane Wyoming Streams.” Papers.
Graham, W., A. Taylor, and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1997. “Factors Affecting Biodegradation of Organic Contaminants in Aquatic Systems.  Final Report to the USEPA, Kansas EPA EPSCoR: Enhancement of Bioremediation Research in Kansas.” Technical Reports.
Howick, G. L., S. P. Bergin, A. L. Clements, S. L. Dewey, and F. deNoyelles. 1996. “The Influence of Fish Density on the Ecological Effects of an Insecticide in an Outdoor Ecosystem Level Test.” Papers. Edited by E. Leovey. Lewis Publishers, Inc.
Howick, G. L., S. P. Bergin, S. L. Clements, J. Dewey, and J. deNoyelles. 1996. “The Influence of Fish Density on the Ecological Effects of an Insecticide in an Outdoor Ecosystem-Level Test.” Book Chapters. In . Lewis Publishers, Inc.
Graham, W. David, and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1995. “The Role of Methanotrophic Bacteria in Aquatic Bioremediation in a Kansas Reservoir. Final Report to the Office of Water Research and Technology, Dept. of the Interior, No. 3187, Water Resource Institute, Washington, DC.” Technical Reports.
deNoyelles, F., S. L. Dewey, D. G. Huggins, and W. D. Kettle. 1994. “Aquatic Mesocosms in Ecological Effects Testing: Detecting Direct and Indirect Effects of Pesticides.” Book Chapters. In , edited by R. L. Graney, 577–603. Lewis Publishers, Inc.
Howick, G. L., F. deNoyelles, J. M. Giddings, and R. L. Graney. 1994. “Earthen Ponds vs. Fiberglass Tanks as Venues for Assessing the Impact of Pesticides on Aquatic Environments: A Parallel Study with Sulprofos.” Papers. Edited by R. L. Graney. Lewis Publishers, Inc.
Giddings, J. M., R. L. Helm, and F. deNoyelles. 1994. “Large-Scale Outdoor Microcosms: Tools for Ecological Assessment of Pesticides.” Papers. Edited by I. R. Hill. Lewis Publishers, Inc.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, and S. L. Dewey. 1994. “Measurements of Ecosystem Stability as an Endpoint in Ecological Effects Testing.” Papers. Edited by R. L. Graney. Lewis Publishers, Inc.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, and C. M. Pennuto. 1994. “Phase II: And Evaluation of Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Mitigation Measures. Final Report to USEPA, Kansas City, KS.” Technical Reports.
Johnson, M. L., D. G. Huggins, and F. deNoyelles. 1994. “Structural Equation Modeling and Ecosystem Analysis.” Papers. Edited by R. L. Graney. Lewis Publishers, Inc.
Huggins, D. G., M. L. Johnson, and F. deNoyelles. 1994. “The Ecotoxic Effects of Atrazine on Aquatic Ecosystems: An Assessment of Direct and Indirect Effects Using Structural Equation Modeling.” Papers. Edited by R. L. Graney. Lewis Publishers, Inc.
Giddings, J. M., R. C. Biever, R. L. Helm, G. L. Howick, and F. deNoyelles. 1994. “The Fate and Effects of Guthion (Azinphos Methyl) in Mesocosms.” Papers. Edited by R. L. Graney. Lewis Publishers, Inc.
Pennuto, C. M., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1993. “Behavioral Responses of Drunella Nymphs to Short Term PH Reduction.” Papers.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, and C. M. Pennuto. 1993. “Follow up Evaluation of Lone Star Lake. Final Report to the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.” Technical Reports.
Howick, G. L., F. deNoyelles Jr, S. L. Dewey, L. Mason, and D. Baker. 1993. “The Feasibility of Stocking Largemouth Bass in 0.04 Ha Mesocosms Used for Pesticide Research.” Papers.
deNoyelles, F., and G. L. Howick. 1993. “Turning Back the Clock on Ecological Effects Testing.” Papers.
Howick, G. L., J. M. Giddings, F. deNoyelles Jr, L. C. Ferrington, W. D. Kettle, and D. Baker. 1992. “Rapid Establishment of Pretreatment Conditions and Trophic Level Interactions in 0.04 Ha Earthen Pond Mesocosms.” Papers.
Johnson, M. L., D. G. Huggins, and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1991. “Ecosystem Modeling with LISREL:  A New Approach for Measuring Direct and Indirect Effects in Ecosystem Level Ecotoxicological Testing.” Abstracts 1: 383–98.
Kettle, W. D., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1990. “Determination of Herbicide Induced Alterations of Aquatic Habitats in Kansas.  Final Report to the Office of Water Research and Technology, Dept. of the Interior.” Technical Reports.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, G. L. Howick, J. M. Giddings, L. C. Ferrington Jr., W. D. Kettle, and D. Baker. 1990. “A Technique for Establishing Pond Mesocosms for Whole Ecosystem Toxicity Testing: Rationale and Evaluation.” Papers. Edited by T. F. Cuffney. Technical Information Workshop, North American Benthological Society.
Chapplow, C. C., R. R. Blackburn, F. deNoyelles Jr, and C. E. Locke. 1990. “Handbook:  Test Methods for Evaluating Chemical Deicers.  Strategic Highway Research Program, SHRP H/WP 90 , National Research Council, Washington, DC.” Handbooks.
Dewey, S. L., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1990. “Heptageniid Mayfly Drift Response to Invertebrate and Vertebrate Predators in Experimental Streams: A Case of Strong and Weak Interactions.” Abstracts 7: 98.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, and S. L. Dewey. 1990. “Subepilimnetic Peaks of Phytoplankton Biomass:  Implications for the Sub Epilimnetic Benthos.” Abstracts 7: 83.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, S. L. Dewey, S. Braun, and W. E. Foster. 1990. “Subepilimnetic Phytoplankton in Rocky Mountain Lakes: Implications for Studies of Global Climate Change and Acid Precipitation.” Abstracts 71 (suppl): 136.
Dewey, S. L., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1990. “The Effect of Invertebrate and Vertebrate Predators on Mayfly Drift in Experimental Streams.” Abstracts 71 (suppl): 138.
Dewey, S. L., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1989. “Cascading Trophic Interactions in Experimental Benthic Stream Communities.” Abstracts 70 (suppl): 97.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, M. F. Moffett, S. Braun, and F. A. Vertucci. 1989. “Changes in Subepilimnetic Phytoplankton as an Early Response to Lake Acidification.” Abstracts 70: 96.
Dewey, S. L., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1989. “Trophic Level Responses to Food Chain Length in Experimental Stream Benthic Communities:  A Test of the Cascading Trophic Interactions Hypothesis.” Abstracts 6: 129.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, W. D. Kettle, C. H. Fromm, M. F. Moffett, and S. L. Dewey. 1989. “Use of Experimental Ponds to Assess the Effects of a Pesticide on the Aquatic Environment.” Book Chapters. In , 41–56.
Chapplow, C. C., R. R. Blackburn, F. deNoyelles Jr, C. E. Locke, and A. D. McElroy. 1988. “Characterization and Selection of Chemical Deicers:  Criteria Document.  Special Report to the Strategic Highway Research Program, Project H 205.” Technical Reports.
Chapplow, C. C., R. R. Blackburn, F. deNoyelles Jr, C. E. Locke, and A. D. McElroy. 1988. “Evaluation and Testing of Chemical Deicers:  Literature Review.  Special Report to the Strategic Highway Research Program, Project H 205.” Technical Reports.
Randtke, S. J., F. deNoyelles Jr, J. E. Denne, L. R. Hathaway, R. E. Miller, A. S. Melia, and C. E. Burkhead. 1988. Source Control of THM Precursors. Conference Proceedings.
Randtke, S. J., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1988. “Source Control of THM Precursors.” Papers.
Randtke, S. J., F. deNoyelles Jr, C. E. Burkhead, R. E. Miller, J. E. Denne, L. R. Hathaway, and A. S. Melia. 1988. Trihalomethane Precursors in Kansas Water Supplies: Occurrence, Source Control Measures, and Impacts on Drinking Water Treatment. Conference Proceedings. University of Kansas.
Randtke, S. J., F. deNoyelles Jr, and C. E. Burkhead. 1987. “Trihalomethane Precursors in Kansas Lakes:  Sources and Control. Final Report to the Office of Water Research, Dept. of Interior.” Technical Reports.
Howick, G. L., D. G. Huggins, F. deNoyelles Jr, and M. F. Moffet. 1987. “Assessment of the Quality of Water Sources at the Milford Fish Hatchery, Rep. No. 33.” Technical Reports. Kansas Biol. Surv.
Kettle, W. D., F. deNoyelles Jr, B. D. Heacock, and A. M. Kadoum. 1987. “Diet and Reproductive Success of Bluegill Recovered from Experimental Ponds Treated with Atrazine.” Papers.
Kettle, W. D., M. F. Moffett, and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1987. “Vertical Distribution of Zooplankton in an Experimentally Acidified Lake Containing a Metalimnetic Phytoplankton Peak.” Papers.
Randtke, S. J., F. deNoyelles Jr, and C. E. Burkhead. 1986. “Trihalomethane Precursors in Kansas Lakes:  Sources and Control.  Report of Year One Results.  Final Report to the Office of Water Research, Dept. of Interior.” Technical Reports.
Larsen, D. P., F. deNoyelles Jr, F. Stay, and T. Shiroyama. 1986. “Comparisons of Single Species, Microcosm, and Experimental Pond Responses to Exposure to Atrazine.” Papers.
Kettle, W. D., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1986. “Effects of Cadmium Stress on the Plankton Communities of Experimental Ponds.” Papers.
Carney, C. E., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1986. “Grass Carp as a Potential Control Agent for Cattails.” Papers.
Howick, G. L., M. F. Moffett, F. deNoyelles Jr, and D. G. Huggins. 1986. “The Effects of Atrazine on Phytoplankton in Tuttle Creek Reservoir. Rep. No. 31.” Technical Reports. Kansas Biol. Surv.
Randtke, S. J., and F. deNoyelles. 1985. “A Critical Assessment of the Influence of Management Practices on Water Quality, Water Treatment, and Sport Fishing in Multipurpose Reservoirs in Kansas.  Final Report to the Office of Water Research and Technology, Dept. of the Interior.” Technical Reports.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, and G. E. Likens. 1985. “ Production and Limiting Factors. 2. Phytoplankton.” Papers. Edited by G. E. Likens. Springer-Verlag.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, and W. D. Kettle. 1985. “Experimental Ponds for Evaluating Bioassay Predictions.” Papers. Edited by T. P. Boyle. American Society for Testing Materials.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, and G. E. Likens. 1985. “Species Composition, Distribution, Population, Biomass and Behavior. 2. Phytoplankton.” Papers. Edited by G. E. Likens. Springer-Verlag.
Reinke, D. C., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1985. “The Species Specific Effects of Sublethal Concentrations of Cadmium on Freshwater Phytoplankton Communities in a Canadian Shield Lake.” Papers.
Drenner, R. W., J. R. Mummert, F. deNoyelles Jr, and W. D. Kettle. 1984. “Selective Particle Ingestion by a Filter-Feeding Fish and Its Impact on Phytoplankton Community Structure.” Papers.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, and W. D. Kettle. 1983. “Site Studies to Determine the Extent and Potential Impact of Herbicide Contamination in Kansas Waters.  Final Report to the Office of Water Research and Technology, Dept. of the Interior.” Technical Reports.
Montoya, T. H., F. deNoyelles Jr, and H. Sze. 1982. “Differential Atrazine Herbicide Sensitivity of Algae.” Papers.
Cross, F., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1982. “Final Report on the Impacts of Dredging on the Fishery of the Lower Kansas River.  Department of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Kansas City District.” Technical Reports.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, W. D. Kettle, and A. M. Kadoum. 1982. “Plankton Responses in Experimental Ponds to Atrazine, the Most Heavily Used Pesticide in the United States.  Environmental Protection Agency in House Report, Corvallis, OR.” Technical Reports.
Cross, F. B., F. deNoyelles, S. C. Leon, S. W. Campbell, S. L. Dewey, B. D. Heacock, and D. Weirick. 1982. “Report on the Impacts of Commercial Dredging on the Fishery of the Lower Kansas River. Report # DACW41-79-C-0075 for the US Army Corps of Engineers.” Technical Reports.
Drenner, R. W., J. R. Mummert, F. deNoyelles Jr, and D. Kettle. 1982. “Selective Utilization of Large Phytoplankton by a Freshwater Planktivore.” Papers.
deNoyelles, F., Jr., W. D. Kettle, and D. E. Sinn. 1982. “The Responses of Plankton Communities in Experimental Ponds to Atrazine, the Most Heavily Used Pesticide in the United States.” Journal Articles 63: 1285–93.
Reinke, D., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1981. “Evaluation of Similarity Indices on Phytoplankton Community Data.” Abstracts 17 suppl.: 40.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, and W. D. Kettle. 1980. “Herbicides in Kansas Waters Evaluations of the Effects of Agricultural Runoff and Aquatic Weed Control on Aquatic Food Chains, Final Report to the Office of Water Research and Technology, Dept. of the Interior.” Technical Reports.
Knoechel, R., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1980. “An Analysis of the Response of Hypolimnetic Phytoplankton in Continuous Culture to Increased Light or Phosphorus Using Track Autoradiography.” Papers.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, D. Reinke, R. Knoechel, D. Treanor, and C. Altenhofen. 1980. “Continuous Culturing of Natural Phytoplankton Communities in the Experimental Lakes Area Effects of Enclosure, in Situ Incubation, Light, Phosphorus and Cadmium.” Papers.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, and W. D. Kettle. 1980. “Experimental Pond Studies Demonstrating the Development of Responses to a Herbicide (Atrazine) Resulting from Altered Interactions among Plankton Species.  Final Report to the Environmental Protection Agency at Corvallis, Oregon.” Technical Reports.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, D. Reinke, D. Treanor, and C. Altenhofen. 1980. “In Situ Continuous Culturing of Lake Phytoplankton Communities.” Papers. Edited by J. P. Giesey Jr. SREL.
Kettle, W. D., F. deNoyelles Jr, and C. -H. Lei. 1980. “Oxygen Consumption of Zooplankton as Affected by Laboratory and Field Cadmium Exposures.” Papers.
Reinke, D., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1980. “Unialgal Bioassays as Predictive Models in Algal Ecology.” Papers.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, and D. C. Reinke. 1979. “The Effect of Cadmium on Primary Production of Natural Phytoplankton Communities with Varying Light Intensities and Exposure Times.” Abstracts 15 suppl.: 22.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, and W. J. O’Brien. 1978. “Phytoplankton Succession in Nutrient Enriched Experimental Ponds as Related to Changing Carbon, Nitrogen and Phosphorus Conditions.” Papers.
Reinke, D. C., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1977. “Field Evaluation of a Lake in Situ Continuous Culture Device.” Abstracts 13 suppl.: 57.
deNoyelles, F., Jr. 1976. “In Situ Chemostat Studies of Environmental Factors Affecting Phytoplankton Succession during Eutrophication.” Abstracts 12 suppl.: 10.
O’Brien, W. J., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1976. “Response of Three Phytoplankton Bioassay Techniques in Experimental Ponds of Known Limiting Nutrient.” Papers.
O’Brien, W. J., D. G. Huggins, and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1975. “Primary Productivity and Nutrient Limiting Factors in Lakes and Ponds of the Noatak River Valley, Alaska.” Papers.
O’Brien, W. J., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1974. “Filtering Rate of Ceriodaphnia Reticulata in Pond Waters of Varying Phytoplankton Concentrations.” Papers.
O’Brien, W. J., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1974. “Relationship between Nutrient Concentration, Phytoplankton Density, and Zooplankton Density in Nutrient Enriched Experimental Ponds.” Papers.
deNoyelles, F., Jr, and W. J. O’Brien. 1974. “The in Situ Chemostat a Self-Contained Continuous Culturing and Water Sampling System.” Papers.
Barlow, J. P., W. R. Schaffner, F. deNoyelles Jr, and B. J. Peterson. 1973. “Continuous Flow Nutrient Bioassays with Natural Phytoplankton Populations.” Papers. Ann Arbor Science Publishers.
O’Brien, W. J., and F. deNoyelles Jr. 1972. “Photosynthetically Elevated PH as a Factor in Zooplankton Mortality in Nutrient Enriched Ponds.” Papers.
deNoyelles, F., Jr. 1968. “A Stained-Organism Filter Technique for Concentrating Phytoplankton.” Papers.
deNoyelles, F., Jr. 1967. “Factors Affecting Phytoplankton Distribution in a Double Cell Sewage Lagoon.” Papers.
Campbell, S. W., C. S. Szuwalsli, and F. deNoyelles. Accepted/In Press. “Concerns Regarding the Possible Reintroduction of an Imperiled and Genetically Distinct Population of Topeka Shiner (Notropis Topeka) in Culture at the University of Kansas Field Station.” Papers.

Selected Presentations

deNoyelles, F. (9/30/2015). What lies down the road for Kansas reservoirs?. Kansas Biological Survey. Lawrence, KS
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/2015). Kansas surface water: changes, challenges and history repeating itself. Kansas Water Congress. Lawrence, KS
deNoyelles, F. (6/30/2015). Many challenges of reservoir sedimentation. Kansas Department of Agriculture intern program. Tuttle Creek Lake
deNoyelles, F. (4/14/2015). Plant growth and sediment in lakes: threatened environments become resource supplies. Transportation Engineering Conference. Manhattan, KS
deNoyelles, F. (3/25/2015). Reservoir sedimentation: vision becoming action. Kansas Rural Water District Conference. Wichita, KS
deNoyelles, J. (2/28/2015). Phytoplankton vertical migration: observing behavior for twenty years in a 12 meter deep Kansas reservoir. EEB department seminar
deNoyelles, F. (1/29/2015). Comparing reservoirs and natural lakes: fundamental differences relating to sedimentation management in Kansas. Kansas Natural Resources Conference. Wichita, KS
Kastens, J., deNoyelles, J., Martinko, E., & Huggins, D. (11/13/2014). By the numbers: An overview of statistics & data underlying Kansas water discussion. GovernorΓÇÖs Conference on the Future of Water in Kansas. Topeka, KS
deNoyelles, J., Kastens, J., Jakubauskas, M., Martinko, E., Liechti, P., Campbell, S., ...Houts, M. (11/13/2014). Reservoir sedimentation: challenges in Kansas. GovernorΓÇÖs Conference on the Future of Water in Kansas (plenary speaker). Topeka, KS
deNoyelles, J., Kastens, J., Jakubauskas, M., Martinko, E., Liechti, P., Campbell, S., ...Houts, M. (9/30/2014). Reservoir sedimentation and groundwater challenges continue in Kansas. Midwest Ground Water Conference. Lawrence, KS
Smith, V. H., Yun, J., deNoyelles, F. J., Jr, Roberts, G. W., & Stagg-Williams, S. M. (6/15/2014 - 6/18/2014). Filamentous freshwater macroalgae as an alternative biofuels feedstock. 4th International Conference on Algal Biomass, Biofuels & Bioproducts. Santa Fe, NM
deNoyelles, J., Kastens, J., Jakubauskas, M., Martinko, E., Liechti, P., Campbell, S., ...Houts, M. (4/24/2014). Addressing reservoir sedimentation: Challenges in Kansas. Professional briefing along with Kansas Secretary of Agriculture and the Director of the Kansas Water Office. Lawrence, KS
deNoyelles, J., Kastens, J., Jakubauskas, M., Martinko, E., Huggins, D., Liechti, P., ...Blackwood, A. (4/5/2014). Reservoir sedimentation: An emerging issue relating to ecohydrology and climate change. Kansas Academy of Science Annual Meeting. Emporia, KS
deNoyelles, J., Kastens, J., Jakubauskas, M., Martinko, E., Liechti, P., Campbell, S., ...Houts, M. (4/16/2014). Reservoir sedimentation: Recognizing the future and challenges soon, but the solutions not so soon. Annual Engineering Conference. Lawrence, KS
deNoyelles, J., Kastens, J., Jakubauskas, M., Martinko, E., Huggins, D., Liechti, P., ...Blackwood, A. (3/26/2014). Challenges appear as Kansas reservoirs disappear. Kansas Rural Water District Conference. Wichita, KS
deNoyelles, J., Kastens, J., Jakubauskas, M., Martinko, E., Liechti, P., Campbell, S., ...Houts, M. (2/13/2014). Current state and future outlook for Kansas reservoirs. Kansas Dam Safety Conference. Lawrence, KS
deNoyelles, J., Kastens, J., Jakubauskas, M., Martinko, E., Huggins, D., Liechti, P., ...Blackwood, A. (1/30/2014). Reservoir Sedimentation: Understanding and addressing vanishing resources. Kansas Natural Resources Conference. Wichita, KS
deNoyelles, F. (10/25/2013). Reservoir Sedimentation: Understanding the past and recognizing the future to act wisely now. GovernorΓÇÖs Conference on the Future of Water in Kansas. Topeka, KS
deNoyelles, J. (11/9/2012). Phytoplankton vertical migration behavior: observing the search for light and nutrients. Weekly ecology seminar at KBS
deNoyelles, F. (10/31/2012). Ecology of problem growths of Cyanobacteria in reservoirs as related to sedimentation. GovernorΓÇÖs Conference on the Future of Water in Kansas. Manhattan, KS
deNoyelles, J. (10/12/2012). Microorganisms on the move for a reason: seeing is believing. Visiting scientists(12) from Notre Dame University, KUFS
deNoyelles, J. (4/24/2012). Phytoplankton vertical migration behavior. KU Evolutionists. Lawrence, KS
deNoyelles, F. (11/30/2011). Sedimentation issues in Kansas ponds and reservoirs. Kansas Association of Conservation Districts. Wichita, KS
deNoyelles, F. (10/31/2010). Status of Kansas reservoirs. Presented to Water and the Future of Kansas. Topeka, KS
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/2000). The Aquaplant Terminator, 15 minute video describing an aquatic vegetation removal machine for excessive growths in shallow reservoirs
deNoyelles, F. (7/31/2000). Mechanical aquatic weed control. Florida Section of the American Water Resources Association. Key West, FL
deNoyelles, F. (7/31/2000). Mechanical Aquatic Weed Control. Presentation to the Florida Section of the American Water Resources Association. Key West, FL
deNoyelles, F. (2/28/1999). Water quality issues in reservoirs: some considerations from a study of a large reservoir in Kansas. Environmental Engineering Conf. Lawrence, KS
deNoyelles, F. (2/28/1999). Water Quality Issues in Reservoirs: some considerations from a study of a large reservoir in Kansas. Environmental Engineering Conference. Lawrence, KS
deNoyelles, F. (6/30/1998). Vertical migration of subepilimnetic phytoplankton as related to changing light conditions. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. St. Louis, MO
deNoyelles, F. (5/31/1998). Subepilimnetic phytoplankton communities in Canadian lakes. Center for Forest Ecosystem Research. Thunder Bay, ON, Canada
deNoyelles, F. (1/31/1998). Siltation and Water Quality Issues in Kansas Reservoirs: causes, consequences and remedial actions. Report to Kansas legislature
deNoyelles, F. (10/31/1997). Ecological effects of atrazine on aquatic ecosystems. Surface Water Quality Commission, Kansas. Topeka, KS
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/1996). Deep chlorophyll maxima in lakes: indicators of ecological change. Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario, Canada
deNoyelles, F. (6/30/1996). In situ experiments with vertically migrating subepilimnetic phytoplankton. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. Milwaukee, WI
deNoyelles, F. (5/31/1994). Integrated ecological risk assessment. Keynote address for the Ozark Prairie Chapter, Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Lawrence, KS
deNoyelles, F. (11/30/1993). Refining the use of aquatic microcosms for ecological effects testing. Symposium on the use of microcosms in ecological effects testing. Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Houston, TX
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/1993). Subepilimnetic phytoplankton communities in Rocky Mountain lakes: the influence of climate on biomass and species composition with implications for the effects of global climate change. Ecological Society of America. Madison, WI
deNoyelles, F. (5/31/1993). Cause and effect relationships between ecological stress and environmental condition. US EPA Environmental Research Laboratory. Corvallis, OR
deNoyelles, F. (11/30/1992). Aquatic ecosystem impacts of herbicides: an ecologist's view. Symposium on herbicides in runoff and surface waters: environmental and regulatory aspects. Weed Science Society of America. Denver, CO
deNoyelles, F. (9/30/1991). Possible responses of subepilimnetic phytoplankton communities in Rocky mountain lakes to acid precipitation and climate change. University of Oklahoma
deNoyelles, F. (12/31/1990). Ecological effects testing with pond mesocosms: structural and functional components of responses of the surrogate ecosystems to stress. Entomological Society of America. New Orleans, LA
deNoyelles, F. (11/30/1990). Freshwater simulated field studies: a review of surrogate ecosystems designed to simulate the natural environment. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Washington, DC
deNoyelles, F. (10/31/1990). Aquatic microcosms in ecological effects testing: perspectives on evaluating their suitability as aquatic ecosystem surrogates. Wintergreen, VA
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/1990). Subepilimnetic phytoplankton in Rocky Mountain lakes: implications for studies of global climate change and acid precipitation. Ecological Society of America. Snowbird, UT
deNoyelles, F. (5/31/1990). A technique for establishing pond mesocosms for whole ecosystem toxicity testing: rationale and evaluation. Technical Information Workshop, North American Benthological Society, VPISU
deNoyelles, F. (5/31/1990). Subepilimnetic peaks of phytoplankton biomass: implications for the subepilimnetic benthos. North American Benthological Society, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
deNoyelles, F. (4/30/1990). Ecological effects testing at the community and ecosystem levels. EPA, Duluth/University of Minnesota. Duluth, MN
deNoyelles, F. (3/31/1990). Ecological risk assessment with mesocosms: a review. Conservation Foundation. Washington, DC
deNoyelles, F. (11/30/1989). Development of algal responses to chemical perturbations in whole ecosystem toxicity testing using experimental ponds and lakes. Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Toronto, ON, Canada
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/1989). Changes in subepilimnetic phytoplankton as an early response to lake acidification. Ecological Society of America. University of Toronto
deNoyelles, F. (7/31/1989). Monitoring alpine and subalpine lakes in the Rocky Mountains for effects of global climate change and acidification. U.S. Forest Service. Ft. Collins, Centennial, WY
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/1988). Whole lake acidification experiments in Canada. U.S. Forest Service. Centennial, WY
deNoyelles, F. (4/30/1988). Whole lake and pond experiments for hazard assessment. Symposium on aquatic toxicology and hazard assessment. American Society for Testing and Materials. Reno, NV
deNoyelles, F. (12/31/1987). Assessing the effects of atrazine on aquatic food chains using experimental ponds. Entomological Society of America. Symposium, Using mesocosms to assess the aquatic ecological risk of pesticides: theory and practice. Boston, MA
deNoyelles, F. (6/30/1987). Experimental ponds for aquatic mesocosm testing. FIFRA Scientific Advisory Panel. Washington, DC
deNoyelles, F. (3/31/1987). Experimental lakes and ponds for assessing ecosystem response to chemical perturbation. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
deNoyelles, F. (10/31/1986). Microcosms and mesocosms for testing the effects of pesticides in aquatic ecosystems. National Agricultural Chemicals Association. Washington, DC
deNoyelles, F. (10/31/1986). Responses of subepilimnetic phytoplankton to experimental whole lake acidification. Great Plains Limnological Association, University of Kansas. Lawrence, KS
deNoyelles, F. (4/30/1986). Impact of herbicides and fertilizers on algae and macrophytes in Kansas lakes. Kansas Acad. Sci. Emporia, KS
deNoyelles, F. (3/31/1986). Effects of toxic chemicals on aquatic habitats. Paper presented at the Northwest Kansas Groundwater Management District N. 4., Colby Community College. Colby, KS
deNoyelles, F. (12/31/1985). Phytoplankton responses to lake acidification. Paper presented at the Botany Department, University of Manitoba
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/1985). The effects of four years of experimental acidification on the phytoplankton of a small oligotrophic lake. Paper presented at the Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario, Canada
deNoyelles, F. (6/30/1985). Summer phytoplankton communities in an experimentally acidified lake compared with those in reference lakes. Paper presented at the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, University of Minnesota
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/1984). An eight year study of phytoplankton communities in experimentally manipulated and control lakes. Paper presented at the Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario, Canada
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/1983). Phytoplankton communities in experimentally acidified and control lakes. Paper presented at the Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario, Canada
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/1983). Plankton responses to nutrient, pH, heavy metal, and pesticide perturbations in closed and flow through enclosures. Paper presented at the Ecological Society of America, University of North Dakota
deNoyelles, F. (7/31/1982). Phytoplankton responses to the experimental acidification of a Canadian lake. Paper presented at the Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario, Canada
deNoyelles, F. (4/30/1982). Responses of plankton to atrazine. Paper presented at the EPA Corvallis Research Laboratory
deNoyelles, F. (11/30/1981). Plankton responses in experimental ponds to atrazine, the most heavily used pesticide in the United States. Paper presented at the Freshwater Institute. Winnipeg, MB, Canada
deNoyelles, F. (11/30/1981). The structure and functioning of deep dwelling phytoplankton communities in oligotrophic lakes. Paper presented at the University of Manitoba
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/1981). The effect of photoinhibitory chemicals on the structure and functioning of phytoplankton communities. Paper presented at the Ecological Society of America, Indiana University
deNoyelles, F. (6/30/1981). Composition and behavior of phytoplankton occupying hypolimnion chlorophyll peaks in the Experimental Lakes Area, NW Ontario. Paper presented at the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, University of Wisconsin
deNoyelles, F. (4/30/1981). Experimental ponds as model systems for predicting the responses of lake phytoplankton communities to toxicants. Paper presented at the International Association for Great Lakes Research, Ohio State University
deNoyelles, F. (10/31/1980). The effects of photosynthesis inhibiting chemicals on the structure and functioning of phytoplankton communities. Paper presented at the Great Plains Limnological Association, University of Arkansas
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/1980). Experimental pond studies with atrazine. Paper presented at the Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario, Canada
deNoyelles, F. (4/30/1980). Effects of herbicides on aquatic food chains. Paper presented at the Kansas Water Resources Board. Topeka, KS
deNoyelles, F. (11/30/1979). Experimental pond studies on the effects of toxic chemicals on aquatic food chains. Paper presented at the Great Plains Limnological Association, University of Kansas
deNoyelles, F. (11/30/1978). Microcosm studies with natural phytoplankton communities at the Experimental Lakes Area, Northwest Ontario. Paper presented at the Symposium on Microcosms in Ecological Research, Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, South Carolina
deNoyelles, F. (11/30/1978). Responses of natural phytoplankton communities to cadmium: a comparison of responses from oligotrophic Canadian Shield lakes and eutrophic Great Plains reservoirs. Paper presented at the Great Plains Limnological Association, University of Nebraska
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/1978). Algal responses to cadmium: a comparison of 3 methods. Paper presented at Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario, Canada
deNoyelles, F. (4/30/1978). The role of algae in lake responses to pollution. Paper presented at Texas Christian University
deNoyelles, F. (3/31/1978). The responses of an algal community to cadmium during in situ continuous culturing. Paper presented at Freshwater Institute. Winnipeg, MB, Canada
deNoyelles, F. (9/30/1977). Lake turbidity and fall blooms of phytoplankton. Paper presented at Great Plains Limnological Association, University of Oklahoma
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/1977). Continuous culture studies of phytoplankton succession in Lakes 239 and 226. Paper presented at Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario, Canada
deNoyelles, F. (6/30/1977). Phytoplankton in situ continuous culturing with epilimnetic and hypolimnetic communities at the Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario. Paper presented at American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Michigan State University
deNoyelles, F. (3/31/1977). Continuous culture studies of phytoplankton succession. Paper presented at Freshwater Institute. Winnipeg, MB, Canada
deNoyelles, F. (11/30/1976). In situ continuous culturing for studying regional characteristics of plankton community dynamics. Paper presented at Great Plains Limnological Association, University of Missouri. Durant, OK
deNoyelles, F. (10/31/1976). Managing productivity of farm ponds. Paper presented at USDA. Durant, OK
deNoyelles, F. (8/31/1976). Experimental field studies with phytoplankton communities. Paper presented at Experimental Lakes Area, Ontario, Canada
deNoyelles, F. (5/31/1976). In situ chemostat studies of environmental factors affecting phytoplankton succession during eutrophication. Paper presented at American Institute of Biological Sciences, Tulane University
deNoyelles, F. (3/31/1976). Factors effecting changes in algal distribution during eutrophication. Paper presented at Washington University
deNoyelles, F. (6/30/1975). Chemostats as bioassay devices for predicting the effects of nutrient and grazing pressure perturbation on plankton communities. Paper presented at the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Dalhousie University
deNoyelles, F. (6/30/1974). Evaluation of an in situ chemostat for studying natural phytoplankton communities. Paper presented at the American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, University of Washington
deNoyelles, F. (5/31/1974). Field and laboratory analyses of factors affecting phytoplankton distribution and abundance as related to eutrophication. Paper presented at the University of MN. Freshwater Biological Institute
deNoyelles, F. (2/28/1974). In situ continuous culturing of phytoplankton. Paper presented at the University of Oklahoma

Selected Grants

Reservoir water quality and storage changes: Impacts of reservoir characteristics on water sustainability. Kansas State University and US Geological Survey. $37305.00. Submitted 5/25/2017 (9/1/2017 - 8/31/2020). Federal. Status: Proposal Submitted
Does nutrient form control harmful algal bloom (HAB) toxin release?. KS Water Resources Institute and US Geological Survey. Submitted 10/13/2017 (1/1/2018 - 12/31/2018). Federal. Status: Proposal Submitted
Reservoir water quality and storage changes: Potential impacts on clean water to support healthy Kansas communities. KS Health Foundation. $199979.00. Submitted 9/10/2015 (11/1/2015 - 10/31/2018). Foundation. Status: Funded. Includes additional Co-Principal Investigators
Reservoir Water Supply Management: Potential Impacts of Climate Change and Extreme Precipitation Events on Reservoir Water Quantity and Quality. US Geological Survey; KS Water Resources Institute. $238282.00. Submitted 2/19/2015 (9/1/2015 - 8/31/2018). Federal. Status: Funded
Examining water and sediment storage capacity in small impoundments: Sediment capturing opportunity in the upstream of the watersheds. KS Water Resources Institute. $29994.00. Submitted 10/15/2015 (3/1/2016 - 2/28/2018). Other University. Status: Funded
Development of wetlands in aging reservoirs: Opportunities to enhance wetland capacity and improve water quality. Environmental Protection Agency Region 7; KS Water Office. $219514.00. Submitted 5/20/2015 (1/1/2016 - 12/31/2017). Federal. Status: Funded
Development of Missouri reference wetlands. Missouri Department of Natural Resources. $303568.00. (10/1/2014 - 8/31/2017). Other States. Status: Funded
Storage and transport of water and sediment through small impoundment networks: Phase I, characterization of stored sediment quality and quantity. KS Water Office. $79938.00. Submitted 7/9/2015 (8/1/2015 - 7/31/2017). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Preliminary Proposal: Lake Carbon Sources . . . Through a Glass, Darkly?. National Science Foundation. Submitted 1/17/2017 (10/12/2016 - 10/13/2016). Federal. Status: Proposal Submitted
Renovation of 21 experimental ponds: empty basins, repair plumbing, scrape and smooth bottoms. $7500.00. (12/31/2016). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Establishing KU International Institute of Energy, Environment, Economy and Entrepreneurship (KU-IE4): Next Generation Energy Models. Institutional - RIC I. $300000.00. Submitted 3/29/2017 (8/1/2012 - 7/31/2015). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Not Funded
Wetland and wet meadow restoration on the Robinson Tract. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. $10000.00. (1/1/2005 - 12/31/2015). Federal. Status: Funded
Facilities to enhance research and teaching at the University of Kansas Field Station. National Science Foundation. $329890.00. (1/1/2012 - 10/31/2014). Federal. Status: Funded
Bathymetric Survey of John Redmond Reservoir. Kansas Water Office. $50000.00. (7/1/2013 - 6/30/2014). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Characterization and Mapping of Sediment Thickness and Pattern in John Redmond Reservoir. Kansas Water Office. $20000.00. (7/1/2013 - 6/30/2014). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Bio/nano technologies for solar fuel and electricity. U.S. Department of Energy. $24808567.00. (1/1/2009 - 12/31/2014). Federal. Status: Funded
Phase VI: Climate change and energy: Basic science, impacts and mitigation. National Science Foundation EPSCoR. $20000000.00. (1/1/2009 - 12/31/2014). Federal. Status: Funded
Topeka Shiner Study Extension. USFWS. $8000.00. (1/1/2009 - 12/31/2014). Federal. Status: Funded
Bathymetric Surveys of Kansas Reservoirs Containing Public Water Supplies. Kansas Water Office. $155000.00. (7/1/2012 - 6/30/2013). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Sediment Core Analysis for Understanding Reservoir History. Kansas Water Resources Institute. $30000.00. (1/1/2012 - 12/31/2013). State of Kansas. Status: Proposal Submitted
Bathymetric surveys of Kansas reservoirs. Kansas Water Office. $155000.00. (7/1/2011 - 6/30/2012). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Feasibility of renewable feedstocks for production of bio-jet fuel. NASA EPSCoR. $247712.00. (1/1/2011 - 12/31/2012). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with other investigators
Renovation of 18 experimental ponds: empty basins, repair plumbing, scrape and smooth bottoms. $4800.00. (12/31/2012). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Renovation of 21 experimental ponds: empty basins, repair plumbing, scrape and smooth bottoms. $15000.00. (12/31/2012). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Algae production and harvest at the KU Field Station. University of Kansas Transportation Research Institute. $94013.00. (4/1/2011 - 12/31/2011). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Bathymetric surveys of Kansas reservoirs. Kansas Water Office. $160000.00. (1/1/2010 - 12/31/2011). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
Feedstock to tailpipe initiative: Kansas biofuels production, testing and certification laboratory. Department of Energy. $1036950.00. (1/1/2010 - 12/31/2011). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with six other investigators
Bathymetric surveys of Kansas reservoirs containing public water supply storage. Kansas Water Office. $187000.00. (6/1/2009 - 6/30/2010). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
Determining the utility and adaptability of remote sensing in monitoring and assessing reservoir eutrophication and turbidity for TMDL. EPA. $75000.00. (6/1/2009 - 5/31/2010). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with three other investigators
Bathymetric surveys of Kansas reservoirs. Kansas Water Office. $156977.00. (1/1/2009 - 12/31/2010). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Assessing the condition of USEPA Region 7 large tributaries of the Missouri River: a probabilistic design approach. EPA. $382674.00. (6/1/2007 - 7/31/2009). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with three other investigators
Bathymetric surveys of Kansas reservoirs containing public water supply storage. Kansas Water Office. $187000.00. (6/1/2008 - 6/30/2009). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
Long-term maintenance and continued study of two distinct captive-bred populations of Topeka Shiner (Notropis topeka) at the University of Kansas Field Station and Ecological Reserves. US Fish and Wildlife Service and KS Department of Wildlife and Parks. $57000.00. (7/1/2007 - 12/31/2008). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
Bathymetric surveys of Kansas reservoirs containing public water supply storage. Kansas Water Office. $165000.00. (6/1/2007 - 6/30/2008). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
Models for the management of taste and odor events in Kansas reservoirs. Kansas Water Office. $99602.00. (6/1/2006 - 6/30/2008). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. Co-pi with three other investigators
Farm pond model: designΓÇö0.4 ha, 2006 (fill borrow); Wetland model: designΓÇö0.4 ha, 2008 (fill borrow); Facility storage building: design--3500 ft2. $60000.00. (12/31/2008). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Enhancement of research and education facilities at the University of Kansas Field Station. National Science Foundation. $420600.00. (1/1/2004 - 12/31/2007). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with eight other investigators. $323,538 NSF+$97,062 KU Match
Enhancement of research and education facilities at the University of Kansas Field Station. NSF. $420600.00. (1/1/2004 - 12/31/2007). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with eight other investigators. 2900 ft2 building addition for research, teaching and public education, $323,538 NSF+$97,062 KU Match
Watershed classification system for tiered diagnosis of biological impairments: a scalable, central plains focus with national applicability. USEPA STAR. $1149266.00. (3/1/2003 - 3/31/2006). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with eight other investigators
Wetland and wet meadow restoration on the Robinson tract. US Fish and Wildlife Service. $10000.00. (6/1/2000 - 6/30/2005). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
KS culture techniques for production of Topeka Shiner, Notropis topeka (Gilbert, 1884) in aquatic mesocosms. KS Department of Wildlife and Parks. $39995.00. (1/1/2004 - 12/31/2005). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. $30,000 KSWP+$9995 Match
Requirements for specialized research transportation equipment: a unique airboat to study shallow reservoirs and rivers of the Great Plains. NSF. $34850.00. (1/1/2004 - 12/31/2005). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
Fate and effects of fluoroquinolone antibacterial agents in aquatic ecosystems. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. $520976.00. (3/1/2000 - 9/30/2003). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with four other investigators
Remediation of salt water impact, Leon Waterflood, Kansas. Kansas Corporation Commission and U.S. Department of Energy. $120000.00. (2/1/2001 - 8/31/2003). Federal. Status: Funded
Incubating commercial remote sensing products. NASA. $150000.00. (4/1/2002 - 3/31/2003). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with three other investigators
Topeka Shiner research at the University of Kansas Field Station and Ecological Reserves. Kingsbury Family Foundation for Endangered Wildlife. $20000.00. (12/31/2003). Foundation. Status: Funded
Culture techniques for production of Topeka Shiner, Notropis topeka (Gilbert, 1884) in aquatic mesocosms. Kansas Wildlife and Parks. $31154.00. (11/1/2001 - 12/31/2002). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Public participation and water quality protection in the Kansas River (Kaw) Valley; using the upper Wakarusa watershed as a demonstration area. Kaw Valley Heritage Alliance/EPA. $10000.00. (11/1/2001 - 10/31/2002). Federal. Status: Funded
Water quality study of four Kansas reservoirs. State of Kansas funds. $210000.00. (5/1/1999 - 9/30/2002). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. Co-pi with one other investigator
Remote sensing of invasive aquatic plant obstructions in navigable waterways. TerraMetrics/USDOT. $72466.00. (8/1/2001 - 8/31/2002). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with three other investigators
Study of attenuation of endocrine disrupting compounds in surrogate ecosystems and whole lakes. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. $34993.00. (8/1/2000 - 8/31/2002). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with one other investigator
Incubating commercial remote sensing products. NASA. $100000.00. (7/1/2000 - 7/31/2001). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with three other investigators
Comparative water quality study of Cheney Reservoir, Wichita, KS. City of Wichita. $162762.00. (5/1/1999 - 4/30/2001). Local Government. Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
Experimental studies of multiple stressors in aquatic ecosystems: nutrient loading, herbicide residues, and public values. Kansas University Research Development Fund. $38793.00. (3/1/2000 - 3/31/2001). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Fate and effects of ciprofloxacin in aquatic ecosystems. Kansas University Research Development Fund. $77160.00. (3/1/2000 - 3/31/2001). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded. Co-pi with three other investigators
The biotransformation of water soluble herbicides in aerobic aquatic systems. EPA/EPSCoR. $266249.00. (3/1/1998 - 3/31/2001). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
Wetland determination and delineation for East Branch of Yankee Tank Creek, Lawrence, Ks. Landplan Engineering, P.A.. $5000.00. (3/1/2000 - 9/30/2000). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
Sources and control of geosmin in midwestern water supply reservoirs. USGS. $185292.00. (9/1/1998 - 8/31/2000). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
Clinton Lake water quality assessment project. KS Department of Health & Environment. $100000.00. (6/1/1997 - 6/30/2000). State of Kansas. Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
Development of land use mapping and protocol for the Great Plains region: a multitemporal remote sensing application. NASA. $150000.00. (6/1/1999 - 6/30/2000). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with four other investigators
Improvements to Dykes Branch Tributary. SK Design Group, Inc.. $4000.00. (3/1/1999 - 6/30/2000). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Remediation of salt water impact, Leon Waterflood, Kansas. Kansas Corporation Commission and U.S. Department of Energy. $15000.00. (2/1/1999 - 2/28/2000). Federal. Status: Funded
Vegetation control in freshwater ecosystems: review. TerraMetrics, Inc.. $10000.00. (10/1/1999 - 2/28/2000). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Enhancement of research with experimental aquatic ecosystems at the Kansas Ecological Reserves. NSF. $10705.00. (1/1/1998 - 12/31/1999). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with eight other investigators
Enhancement of research with experimental aquatic ecosystems at the Kansas Ecological Reserves. NSF. $10705.00. (1/1/1998 - 12/31/1999). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with eight other investigators
Subepilimnetic conditions in stratified lakes as indicators of ecological change: a continuing research program and its application to measuring the effects of logging on lake ecosystems. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, CNFER. $9500.00. (10/1/1998 - 9/30/1999). Foreign (company, govt, agencies, etc.). Status: Funded
Development of land use mapping and monitoring protocol for the Great Plains Region: a multitemporal remote sensing application, continuation. NASA. $150000.00. (6/1/1998 - 6/30/1999). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with four other investigators
Feasibility site plan for an environmental learning center: report to the Blue Valley School District. Stanley, KS. $22000.00. (4/1/1997 - 5/31/1998). Local Government. Status: Funded
Testing of molecular indicators of exposure to pesticides in tank microcosms. USEPA. $50000.00. (5/31/1998). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
Water quality survey of aquatic habitats Overland Park, KS. A.G. Spanos & Co.. $1500.00. (5/31/1998). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
An interdisciplinary center of excellence in environmental remote sensing at the University of Kansas. NASA. $362676.00. (12/31/1998). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with five other investigators
Landscape analysis and characterization to support regional environmental assessment. USEPA. $165854.00. (9/1/1996 - 12/31/1997). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
Subepilimnetic conditions in stratified lakes as indicators of ecological change: a continuing research program and its application to measuring the effects of logging on lake ecosystems. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Center for Northern Forest Ecosystem Research. $9500.00. (6/1/1997 - 10/31/1997). Foreign (company, govt, agencies, etc.). Status: Funded
Mapping the thermal plume in the Missouri River generated by the Nearman Power Plant, Kansas City, MO. Lutz, Daily and Brain. $10000.00. (8/1/1996 - 3/31/1997). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Development of land use mapping and monitoring protocol for the Great Plains Region: a multitemporal remote sensing application. NASA. $146956.00. (3/1/1996 - 2/28/1997). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with two other investigators
Shunganunga Creek monitoring. Topeka, KS Water Department. $50000.00. (10/1/1993 - 10/31/1996). Local Government. Status: Funded
The role of methanotrophic bacteria in aquatic bioremediation. EPA/EPSCoR. $139256.00. (10/1/1994 - 9/30/1996). Federal. Status: Funded
Aquatic invertebrate studies. EG&G Rocky Flats, Inc. $150000.00. (6/1/1993 - 6/30/1996). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Lake microcosms (cylinder limnocorrals, 10 m3 tank stratified lake surrogates), 30. $5000.00. (1/1/1994 - 12/31/1996). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
An assessment of the effects of nonpoint source pollution on the biotic integrity of Walnut Creek, and the role of riparian vegetation in mitigating nonpoint source pollution. USEPA. $308000.00. (7/1/1992 - 6/30/1995). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with three others, D. Huggins, PI
Tri-state watershed monitoring project. USEPA. $4600000.00. (6/1/1991 - 6/30/1995). Federal. Status: Funded
Effects of aquatic vegetation on degradation of the pesticide cyanazine in experimental ponds. Dupont. $5000.00. (6/1/1994 - 4/30/1995). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded. Co-pi with three other investigators
An evaluation of environmental impact statement (EIS) mitigation measures. USEPA. $57000.00. (6/1/1992 - 6/30/1994). Federal. Status: Funded
Aquatic Mesocosm Study, Field Study. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc. $330752.00. (3/1/1992 - 6/30/1994). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Aquatic Microcosm Study, Facility. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $150000.00. (6/1/1991 - 6/30/1994). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Effects of aquatic vegetation on degradation of the pesticide atrazine in experimental ponds. USEPA. $30000.00. (5/1/1993 - 4/30/1994). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with three other investigators
Laboratory building for the Kansas Ecological Reserves. NSF. $110000.00. (2/1/1991 - 7/31/1993). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with seven other investigators
Laboratory building for the Kansas Ecological Reserves. 2600 ft2 building for research and teaching. NSF. $110000.00. (2/1/1991 - 7/31/1993). Federal. Status: Funded. Co-pi with seven other investigators
Aquatic Microcosm Studies (3), Facility. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $30000.00. (6/1/1992 - 3/31/1993). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Aquatic Microcosm Studies (3), Field Study. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $99429.00. (6/1/1992 - 3/31/1993). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Field laboratory, 400 ft2; facility shop, 800 ft2; facility storage building, 3,000 ft2; design and construction coordination. $30000.00. (12/31/1993). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Ecology of a small Kansas reservoir. Kansas Department of Health and Environment. $50000.00. (6/1/1991 - 6/30/1992). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Tri-state watershed monitoring project. USEPA. $1250000.00. (6/1/1991 - 6/30/1992). Federal. Status: Funded
Aquatic Mesocosm Study, Facility. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $200000.00. (3/1/1990 - 3/31/1992). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Aquatic Microcosm Study, Field Study. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $55041.00. (3/1/1990 - 3/31/1992). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Aquatic Mesocosm Study, Field Study. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $181694.00. (6/1/1990 - 12/31/1991). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Aquatic Mesocosm Study, Lab. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $35600.00. (6/1/1988 - 12/31/1991). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Aquatic Mesocosm Study, Facility. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $10000.00. (6/1/1990 - 6/30/1991). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Aquatic Mesocosm Study, Facility. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $10000.00. (6/1/1990 - 6/30/1991). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Aquatic Microcosm Study, Field Study. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $20748.00. (6/1/1990 - 6/30/1991). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Aquatic Microcosm Study, Field Study. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $25272.00. (6/1/1990 - 6/30/1991). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Modeling ecosystems under stress. EPA, Duluth Laboratory. $7500.00. (6/1/1990 - 3/31/1991). Federal. Status: Funded
Experimental ponds: design and construction coordination 28 0.045 ha ponds. $120000.00. (12/31/1991). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Experimental stream site development: design and construction coordination of future experimental stream facility. $10000.00. (12/31/1991). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Reservoir: design and construction coordination 3.0 ha. KU funds. $110000.00. (1/1/1987 - 12/31/1991). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Aquatic Mesocosm Study, Facility. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $30000.00. (8/1/1990 - 11/30/1990). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Acid precipitation in the Rocky Mountains: alpine stream insect communities as early indicators of effects. KU. $6363.00. (7/1/1989 - 6/30/1990). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Development of experimental lake facility. KU. $110000.00. (7/1/1987 - 6/30/1990). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded. With 8 co-PIs
Evaluation procedures for deicing chemicals and improved sodium chloride. Strategic Highway Research Program. $52000.00. (6/1/1989 - 5/31/1990). Federal. Status: Funded
Aquatic Mesocosm Study, Facility. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $10000.00. (5/1/1989 - 3/31/1990). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Aquatic Mesocosm Study, Facility. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $190000.00. (10/1/1988 - 3/31/1990). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Aquatic Mesocosm Study, Field Study. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $86655.00. (10/1/1988 - 3/31/1990). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Experimental ponds: design and construction coordination 14 0.045 ha ponds. KU funds. $80000.00. (1/1/1989 - 12/31/1990). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Experimental ponds: design and construction coordination 7 0.045 ha ponds. $30000.00. (12/31/1990). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Field laboratory: design and construction coordination 1500 ft2 building, facilities, and equipment. $130000.00. (1/1/1989 - 12/31/1990). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Aquatic Mesocosm Study, Facility. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $140000.00. (10/1/1987 - 3/31/1989). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded. $20,000 (direct, purchases directly by contractor to KU), $25,000 (direct)
Aquatic Mesocosm Study, Field Study. Contract with Springborn Laboratories, Inc.. $141881.00. (10/1/1987 - 3/31/1989). For Profit (company/corporation). Status: Funded
Experimental tanks: design and installation 74 12 m3 tanks incubated in ponds. $111000.00. (12/31/1989). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Mobile laboratory design and installation truck and 80 ft2. lab. $24000.00. (12/31/1989). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Evaluation procedures for deicing chemicals and improved sodium chloride. Strategic Highway Research Program. $4500.00. (11/1/1987 - 12/31/1988). Federal. Status: Funded
Determination of herbicide-induced alterations of aquatic habitats in Kansas. Kansas Water Resources Research Institute. $17000.00. (4/1/1987 - 3/31/1988). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Biological and engineering contributions to the USGS RI/FS at the Arkansas City landfill site in south central Kansas. EPA (Superfund). $55000.00. (3/1/1987 - 2/28/1988). Federal. Status: Funded
Experimental ponds: design and construction coordination 14 0.045 ha ponds, one 0.8 ha reservoir pond and four 0.5 ha storage ponds. $105000.00. (1/1/1987 - 12/31/1988). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
The cumulative effects of turbidity on production in aquatic ecosystems: an experimental pond study. NSF. $219633.00. (10/1/1984 - 10/31/1987). Federal. Status: Funded
Trihalomethane precursors in Kansas lakes: sources and control - year 2. Kansas Water Resources Research Institute. $15000.00. (4/1/1986 - 3/31/1987). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Milford fish hatchery water quality evaluation. Kansas Fish and Game Commission. $32700.00. (3/1/1986 - 2/28/1987). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Experimental ponds: design and construction coordination 25 0.01 ha ponds. Internal funds. $6000.00. (12/31/1987). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Renovation, experimental ponds: plan and coordinate sediment removal followed by sediment addition 12 0.045 ha ponds. $45000.00. (12/31/1987). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
A preliminary evaluation of the impact of atrazine on the plant community of a large Kansas reservoir. Kansas Department of Health and Environment. $5000.00. (4/1/1986 - 9/30/1986). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Potential for the development of atrazine resistant phytoplankton communities in contaminated zones of a large Kansas reservoir. USGS. $5000.00. (7/1/1986 - 9/30/1986). Federal. Status: Funded
Effects of atrazine concentrations recorded in a large Kansas reservoir on phytoplankton from atrazine free water. USGS. $5000.00. (4/1/1986 - 6/30/1986). Federal. Status: Funded
Vertical distribution of zooplankton in lakes as influenced by subepilimnetic phytoplankton communities. KU. $3467.00. (7/1/1985 - 6/30/1986). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Trihalomethane precursors in Kansas lakes: sources and control. Kansas Water Resources Research Institute. $15000.00. (6/1/1985 - 3/31/1986). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
A critical assessment of the influence of management practices on water quality, water treatment, and sport fishing in multipurpose reservoirs in Kansas. Kansas Water Resources Research Institute. $17214.00. (8/1/1984 - 9/30/1985). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Effects of acid precipitation on phytoplankton through changing light conditions. KU. $1809.00. (7/1/1984 - 6/30/1985). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Microecosystems in toxicological research: experimentation with atrazine herbicide and aquatic food chains. KU Biomed. $3550.00. (2/1/1983 - 4/30/1984). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
The responses of aquatic ecosystems to perturbation patterns of response identified from experimental field studies and from literature review. EPA. $60103.00. (4/1/1983 - 4/30/1984). Federal. Status: Funded
Causes and effects of phytoplankton responses to acid rain. KU. $5642.00. (7/1/1982 - 6/30/1983). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Site studies to determine the extent and potential impact of herbicide contamination in Kansas waters. Kansas Water Resources Research Institute. $8500.00. (4/1/1982 - 4/30/1983). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Studies in natural aquatic habitats of the effects of agricultural herbicides on aquatic food chains. EPA. $123644.00. (3/1/1981 - 3/31/1983). Federal. Status: Funded
Deep dwelling phytoplankton and their role in the ecology of lakes. KU. $4903.00. (7/1/1981 - 6/30/1982). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Effects of commercial sand dredging on the ecology of the lower Kansas River. Corps of Eng.. $234000.00. (6/1/1979 - 5/31/1982). Federal. Status: Funded
Effects of herbicide runoff in some Kansas watersheds. KS Dept. of Health & Environment. $9000.00. (7/1/1980 - 6/30/1981). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Studying phytoplankton competition by manipulating selected species. KU. $2400.00. (7/1/1980 - 6/30/1981). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Responses of experimental ponds to cadmium additions simulating pollution. KU. $4372.00. (7/1/1979 - 6/30/1980). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Experimental pond studies evaluating the effects of agricultural herbicides on aquatic food chains. EPA. $35000.00. (6/1/1979 - 5/31/1980). Federal. Status: Funded
Herbicides in Kansas waters evaluation of the effects of agricultural runoff and aquatic weed control on aquatic food chains. KS Water Resources. $15000.00. (1/1/1978 - 12/31/1980). State of Kansas. Status: Funded
Biological magnification of pesticides and heavy metals related to algal uptake. KU. $4365.00. (7/1/1978 - 6/30/1979). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Experimental ponds: design and construction coordination 14 0.045 ha ponds and a 0.35 ha reservoir pond. KU funds. $81000.00. (1/1/1977 - 12/31/1979). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Preliminary studies with Nelson Area Experimental Pond Facility. KU. $3900.00. (7/1/1977 - 6/30/1978). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Assessment of species level effects of heavy metal pollutants in aquatic food chains. KU Biomed. $1800.00. (5/1/1977 - 4/30/1978). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Development and evaluation of two types of in situ continuous culture systems for studying phytoplankton population dynamics. NSF. $45600.00. (9/1/1974 - 1/31/1978). Federal. Status: Funded
Development of a laboratory technique for studying environmental factors affecting algal competition during eutrophication. KU. $2747.00. (7/1/1976 - 6/30/1977). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
The effects of various pollutants on common species of "clean water" algae. KU Biomed. $2358.00. (10/1/1975 - 9/30/1976). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Assessment of the eutrophication of an eastern Kansas reservoir. KU. $2100.00. (9/1/1975 - 6/30/1976). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Feedstock to Tailpipe Program, University of Kansas Transportation Research Institute. NSF and other sources of funding. $500000.00. (10/1/2008). Federal. Status: Funded. One of 11 members, my responsibility is to mass produce algae at the field station, at the Lawrence Wastewater Treatment Plant or harvest from reservoirs for eventual lipid extraction for fuel production

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